The conference will be held on the 9th and 10th of October, 2021. Registrations are open.
There are no position papers for this conference, but certain specialized committees may require the submission of pre-conference documents, which will be informed to the delegates when they are due.
CJCMUN is open to registrations from students from Grade 9 to Grade 12, from all boards and curricula. International delegates and delegations are most welcome to register!
First year university students may also register as a private delegation or as an individual delegate.
Western formal attire for boys and girls.
For the AIPPM - Indian or Western formals
Delegates are requested to adhere to the dress code on both days of the conference.
Institutions may select the country they wish to represent from the country matrix available online on the website. Institutions can indicate their country preferences in the preliminary application form available on our website.
These preferences will be subject to approval, based on past MUN experiences of the institution. If the application is successful, the allotted countries will be intimated to the institution.
Allotment of countries will only be finalised after the receipt of the registration fee.
Respectful spoken and written language at all times (no flaming, derogatory language and personal attacks on individual or country positions).
Constructive and positive chat on the Whatsapp groups and all other CJCMUN 2021 social media outlets.
Courteous behaviour towards CJCMUN directors, moderators, advisers and others assisting in the conference.
No use of music or other audio recordings during debate or lobbying sessions.
No use of graphic photos, clip art, drawings at any time unless approved in advance by the Executive Board of the specific committee.
Formal clothing is required during all sessions. All delegates, members of the Executive Board , and admin staff will follow the conference’s dress code.
All delegates must keep their camera on at all times, clearly showing their face on an appropriate background.
Should a delegate experience technical difficulties with their camera or microphone, they must tell their Executive Board or logistical team immediately at the start of each session or (at the directors request) at any time during the meeting.
Delegates shall keep their microphones muted at all times, unless they have been given permission to speak by the Executive Board
Be aware that all sessions will be recorded and can only be used for the purposes for which they were intended.
It is the responsibility of all participants to know and abide by the laws of the state which govern their internet use and general conduct
Failure to abide by the Code of Conduct will result in a warning and possible suspension from CJCMUN 2021.
DISCLAIMER: Cyber bullying, plagiarism or any act of misconduct in language or mannerisms that intentionally or unintentionally hurt religious or cultural sentiments, reported during the conference will be taken strict action against and could lead to disqualification of participants who choose to engage in such behaviour.